People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 3/333/1 (Pais. Reg., 132)

Duncan son of Fearchar and Lagmann son of Malcolm, his nepos, have given, granted, and established by this their present charter to Paisley Abbey in pure and perpetual alms the church of Kilfinan (ARG) with all its just pertinents, and with all right which they claimed in the church due to patronage. They have also given them and granted that pennyland of Kilmory (ARG) which lies over Loch Gilp, with the chapel of St Mary founded on that land. Moreover they have conferred and granted to them three half-pennylands which he and his ancestors had at Kilmun (ARG), with fisheries and all other just pertinents, with all right which they claimed in the church of Kilmun due to patronage.
Firm date
1232 X 1241
Probable date
perhaps × 1236
Dating Notes
Appointment of Walter son of Alan II as justiciar × Walter son of Alan II’s death, perhaps × confirmation of Simon, bishop of Sodor.
Source for Data Entry
Paisley Registrum, 132
Trad. ID
Pais. Reg., 132
Calendar number
Charter type
Confirmed by Simon, bishop of Sodor (2/11/7) and by Alan, bishop of Argyll (2/2/2).

Total number of associated factoids: 21

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Date Short Summary Holder Lord
1232 X 1241 Three half-pennylands at Kilmun (ARG) Duncan, son of Fearchar; Lagmann, son of Malcolm MacFearchair